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Idaho Laws Regarding
Over glow and Under glow lights
Idaho law does not restrict additional aftermarket vehicle lighting equipment which would include neon overglow or underglow. Therefore it’s our conclusion that overglow or underglow is legal in Idaho, as long as you follow these restrictions
All model Glorails are legal for off-road use in this state
Use this device at your own risk.
No red color may be visible from the front of the car - Glorails are not visible from the front of the vehicle
No flashing lights are permitted except in a emergency for example changing a flat tire on the interstate
Only red color may be visible on the rear of the car - Glorails are side mounted
License plate illumination must be white
Blue color is prohibited except for off-road
(2) No person shall drive or move any vehicle or equipment upon any highway with any lamp or device displaying a red light visible from directly in front of the center of the vehicle or equipment. This section shall not apply to any vehicle upon which a red light visible from the front is expressly authorized or required by this title.
(4) Flashing lights are prohibited except on an authorized emergency vehicle, school bus, snow removal equipment, or on any vehicle as a means for indicating a right or left turn, or the presence of a vehicular traffic hazard requiring unusual care in approaching, overtaking or passing.
For the purposes of this chapter lighting devices utilizing various colors of lighted globes approved by the director of the Idaho state police for use on vehicles shall be restricted to the following class of vehicles:
(1) Police vehicles. Only police vehicles shall display blue lights, lenses or globes.
(2) Designated emergency vehicles. [...] other emergency vehicles designated by the director of the Idaho state police may display red flashing lights or red lenses or globes which are visible from the front of the vehicle.
(3) All vehicles. Any motor vehicle may have attached to it a flashing amber light to warn motorists of a vehicular traffic hazard requiring the exercise of unusual care in approaching, overtaking or passing the vehicle displaying such lighting. The driver of an approaching vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to any stationary vehicle displaying a flashing amber light.
(4) Any vehicle may be equipped with lamps which may be used for the purpose of warning the operators of other vehicles of the presence of a vehicular traffic hazard [...] and shall display simultaneously flashing white or amber lights, or any shade or color between white and amber.